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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.....Hurricane Jeanne hit Florida's east coast just before midnight- becoming the fourth storm to hit the state this season.
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And residents in this Henry County neighborhood are still coping after Friday's crime spree. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Forecasters say they expect Hurricane Jeanne to weaken even more as it makes its way across Florida. The storm's winds are already down about five-miles per hour since making landfall. Forecasters expect it to begin moving more northward and head for Georgia and the Carolinas next. So far, though, only minor injuries are being reported. Teri Okita has the latest from Daytona Beach Shores, Florida.
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((Hurricane Jeanne made landfall in the middle of the night...leaving a water-logged path of destruction in it's wake as it moves up Florida's Atlantic shoreline.

SOT: Lt. Tom Harmer/Stuart, Florida PD

010119 "THERE'S AT MORE DAMAGE DONE THAN WITH FRANCES, LOTS OF ROOFS OFF, NO POWER, LOTS MORE FLOODING."
The fourth hurricane of the season brought with an intense storm surge and dangerous winds. As it advances Jeanne could send torrents of rain all the way to the Gulf of Mexico.

(Nats: Storm)


Nearly three million people have been evacuated but many weather weary residents are simply resigned to ride it out and take the hit...against the advice of state and local officials.

SOT: Lt. Tom Harmer/Stuart, Florida PD

010310 "WE DONT WANT TO BE OUT HERE ENDANGERING OURSELVES ANYMORE THAN ANYONE SHOULD WANT TO BE OUT HERE ENDANGERING THEIRSELVES."
Power outages started even before sunset Saturday night. And while the damage is extensive, there is at least one bright light...a new baby arrived at this hospital in the midst of the storm.

SOT: Lorna Sinclair/Hospital Nurse

004805 "THE LADY HAD DELIVERED AT HOME AND BROUGHT IN A BEAUTIFUL BABY."
But there are still hazards everywhere. Damage from Hurricane Frances remains a factor as gusting winds can turn flying debris into battering rams. Adding to the danger...tornado watches and warnings are in effect

for many counties in the northern half of the state.)) [11-Hostage-Killed]


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Neighbors are calling a Henry County crime spree a "lover's quarrel turned deadly." Jennifer Wishon talks to the neighbors of the man accused of rape, abduction, and murder.
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((Residents on Rivermont Heights Road returned home Friday afternoon to a crime scene.
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((JOSE REDD: MY NEIGHBORS TOLD ME THAT THE GIRL TWO HOUSES DOWN HAD BEEN KILLED. HAD BEEN STABBED RATHER.))
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It started here. Deputies say just before noon 36- year- old John Gregory Draper of Martinsville knocked at the door of this Henry County home. Armed with an ax he made his way into the home under the pretense of needing to use the phone. Once inside, officials say he sexually assaulted a 53- year -old woman and grabbed a knife before leaving.
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((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: POLICE SAY DRAPER THEN FORCED THE VICTIMS 24- YEAR- OLD DAUGHTER NEXT DOOR TO THIS HOUSE TO GET 38- YEAR- OLD GLENDA DELPHINE MAGEE TO THE DOOR.))
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Magee was Draper's ex- girlfriend and officials say the former couple had a history of domestic problems. When Magee answered the door Draper forced his way inside. Shortly there after deputies surrounded the house. While trying to negotiate with Draper they heard Magee scream and entered to find the woman stabbed multiple times in the chest and shoulder. She was taken to the hospital where she later died. Jose Redd lives up the street and says he never knew Draper to be a violent person.
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Draper is charged with first degree murder, rape, robbery and abduction. He's being held in the Henry County jail with no bond. Jennifer Wishon, News 7, Henry County.))

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One man is charged with reckless driving after an accident on Interstate 81 left his brother-in-law dead.
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One southbound lane of traffic was shut down after a pick-up truck wrecked near the weigh station in Botetourt County around 3:30 yesterday afternoon. State Police say 75 year old John Oliver Stein (stine) from Roanoke was driving. He suffered a broken collar bone and was taken to Roanoke Memorial. Stein's brother-in-law -- 81 year old William Lewis Holcombe from Arizona -- died in the crash. Stein told police he fell asleep, ran off the road and overcorrected causing the truck to flip. Both men were wearing seat belts. Stein was charged with reckless driving.
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A Dallas school teacher is suspended for what officials say was her OWN bad behavior.
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The teacher is accused of sending feces home with one of her students in his backpack. According to the boy's grandmother, he kept asking to go to bathroom and the teacher got frustrated. The grandmother says the teacher then wrapped up some of the waste and included a letter to the child's parents about his alleged problem.
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((MICHAEL YZAGUIRRE/FATHER: I TOLD HIM I WANT HIM NOWHERE THAT TEACHER; I TOLD HIM I WANT HIM NOWHERE THAT CLASS. EVERYBODY IS CALLING HIM A STINKY BOY; THAT'S NOT RIGHT.))
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A spokesperson for the school district says the teacher was trying to raise awareness with the family.
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His career may be over after last night's loss. Roy Jones Junior lost this second straight boxing match last night.
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Glenn Johnson knocked Jones out in the ninth round to keep the I-B-F light-heavyweight title. The big Jamaican nailed the American with an overhand right that sent him crashing to the matt. Jones lay on his back -- twitching at times -- for nearly four minutes. His handlers say he suffered a concusion and may not fight again. Without the knockout, Johnson still would have won. He came out the aggressor from the opening bell and threw a total of 437 punches to Jones' 270.
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Coming up later on News Seven Sunday Morning, a breast cancer survivor talks about how the American Cancer Society is raising money this month.
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Plus, a young college student's plan to make a little extra money on the side grows nearly out of control. We'll find out how a local farmer's pumpkin patch grew from a few plants -- to 40 acres.
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It's estimated there are more than 200-thousand new breast cancer cases a year. And, according to the American Cancer Society- 40-thousand people die from the disease every year. ((two-shot interview))

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The Pink Ribbon Tennis Tournament is Thursday. You can catch the action starting at 9:00 a.m. The lunch and silent auction begin just after noon at the River's Edge Sports Complex. [wipe to Pink Ribbon Gathering FS - ] The Pink Ribbon Gathering with guest speaker Betty Rollin will be Wednesday morning, October 13th at 11 o'clock at the Hotel Roanoke and Conference Center. [WIPE TO PINK RIBBON CHALLENGE]
and don't forget you can lace you your walking shoes NEXT Sunday for the Pink Ribbon Challenge at Hollins University. For more information on all of these events, you can find a link to the American Cancer Society on our website at WDBJ7.com.
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Stay with us, more News7 Sunday morning is after the break... [Susan tosses to bump] ((Toss To Bump))
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It's fall harvest time across the region, and the fruits are ripe for the picking for one Fancy Gap farmer. A visit to K & T Farms will have most everyone seeing orange.
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[BRING WEBADDRESS FS E522] For more information or directions to K & T Farms, log onto our wbsite at WDBJ7.com and click on websites in the news.

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Tech's first season in the A-C-C probably isn't going as well as Frank Beamer had hoped. Quarterback Bryan Randall spent the day in the dirt while the team loses by just one point. Travis Wells has more.

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The Craftsmen's Classic has been a tradition in the Roanoke Valley for more than 15 years.
Next weekend it returns with more than 250 artists and craftsmen from across the country.
Joining us here this morning is Dave Simon, a photographer whose work you can see next weekend at the event.
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[TAKE INFO BOARD FS - E555]
The Craftsmen's Classic starts Friday at ten a-m. and runs all weekend at the Roanoke Civic Center. [WIPE TO WEBADDRESS FS - E522]
For more information you can find a link on our website at wdbj7.com.
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Coming up on News 7 Sunday Morning.....Hurricane Jeanne's strong storm surge and high winds left an extensive path of destruction up Florida's east coast last night
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[ENG#2]

And a Martinsville man charged with murdering a Henry County woman is in jail without bond. We will have more on those stories in just a few minutes.
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Hurricane Jeanne has been downgraded, but is still causing havoc as it slams through Florida. The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Jeanne is now a Category Two storm and should continue to weaken as it works its way across the peninsula today. The storm's strong winds and heavy rains are already being blamed for damage in and around Stuart, Florida, where Jeanne made landfall. Officials say parts of roofs have been torn off homes and buildings. So far, though, only minor injuries are being reported. Teri Okita has the latest from Daytona Beach Shores, Florida.

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((((Hurricane Jeanne made landfall in the middle of the night...leaving a water-logged path of destruction in it's wake as it moves up Florida's Atlantic shoreline.

SOT: Lt. Tom Harmer/Stuart, Florida PD

010119 "THERE'S AT MORE DAMAGE DONE THAN WITH FRANCES, LOTS OF ROOFS OFF, NO POWER, LOTS MORE FLOODING."
The fourth hurricane of the season brought with an intense storm surge and dangerous winds. As it advances Jeanne could send torrents of rain all the way to the Gulf of Mexico.

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Nearly three million people have been evacuated but many weather weary residents are simply resigned to ride it out and take the hit...against the advice of state and local officials.

SOT: Lt. Tom Harmer/Stuart, Florida PD

010310 "WE DONT WANT TO BE OUT HERE ENDANGERING OURSELVES ANYMORE THAN ANYONE SHOULD WANT TO BE OUT HERE ENDANGERING THEIRSELVES."
Power outages started even before sunset Saturday night. And while the damage is extensive, there is at least one bright light...a new baby arrived at this hospital in the midst of the storm.

SOT: Lorna Sinclair/Hospital Nurse

004805 "THE LADY HAD DELIVERED AT HOME AND BROUGHT IN A BEAUTIFUL BABY."
But there are still hazards everywhere. Damage from Hurricane Frances remains a factor as gusting winds can turn flying debris into battering rams. Adding to the danger...tornado watches and warnings are in effect for many counties in the northern half of the state.)) ))
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A Henry County community is still reeling after a Martinsville man went on a violent crime spree there Friday.
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36-year-old John Gregory Draper is behind bars charged with first degree murder, rape, robbery and abduction. According to Henry County authorities, he knocked on the door of a local home- sexually asaulted a 53-year old woman there, took her 24-year-old daughter and then headed next store to his ex-girlfriend's house. He used the girl to force his way into 38-year-old Glenda Delphine Magee house- where deputies say he stabbed Magee repeatedly. Magee later died. Authorities say the couple had a history of domestic problems.
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Officials say Ralph Nader will not be someone Virginians can vote for come November, but the consumer advocate has come up with another plan.
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Nader will not appeal the state Board of Elections decision that kept him off the ballot.
Instead, Nader plans to ask supporters to write in his name.
A count by the Virginia elections panel found Nader fell short of the 10-thousand signatures of registered voters needed to qualify as a presidential candidate.
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Thousands of runners joined the Marines in the mud this weekend.
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Runners of all ages took part in the annual Marine Mud Run. The 5- K course at Greenhill Park ends with a pit of mud courtesy of local fire departments. Last year, the event raised 15- thousand dollars for Toys-for-Tots and Camp Roanoke. This year, proceeds will also go towards a new scholarship.
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((KAITHE CLARK: THE MARINE CORP LEAGUE HAS FORMED A SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM FOR SERGEANT MICHAEL LALUSH IN HIS HONOR AND MEMORY AND WE ARE SENDING TEN MILITARY DEPENDENT CHILDREN TO THE CAMP OF THEIR CHOICE AT CAMP ROANOKE.))
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Sergeant Lalush (LAH-Lush) was a Lord Botetourt High School graduate. He was killed last year when the helicopter he was riding in crashed in Southern Iraq. Last year the scholarship in his name sent ten children to camp.
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A celebration honoring African American culture in Roanoke this weekend also helps a local museum.
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The 15th annual "Henry Street Heritage Festival" got underway yesterday at Elmwood Park. The smell of food filled the air -- while national acts performed on stage. All proceeds benefit the Harrison Museum of African American Culture. Last year, the event generated nearly 20- thousand dollars and organizers hope to double that amount this year. Back in April, a lack of funds forced museum staff to work as volunteers, but board members say things are now looking up. Once renovations are complete, the museum plans to move into the historic Dumas (Doo-muhs) Hotel on First Street.
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((MELODY STOVALL: WE'RE LOOKING FORWARD TO THE ADDITION TO THE DUMAS HOTEL. THAT'S WHERE OUR HOME WILL BE AND WE HOPE THAT THE FUNDRAISING AND ALL THE EFFORTS THAT TAP AND THE DUMAS TASK FORCE HAS DONE WILL ENABLE US TO DO THAT IN ONE YEAR.))
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This year, organizers have extended the Henry Street festival to Sunday. There will be a gospel theme with praise and inspirational music. Festivities kick off at one o'clock, the cost is five- dollars.
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Still ahead on News 7 Sunday morning... We'll find out about a local potter who makes unique and rare peices of art.
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and the Wahoos are riding high after another win this weekend. U-V-A improves its standing to 2 and 2, and remains in the top 15.
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Earlier in the newscast, we told you about next weekend's Craftsmen's Classic coming to the Roanoke Valley for its 17 year.
Now, Lana Williams, a crystalline potter from Monroe Virginia is here to tell us more about her craft and give us a sample of what you can find at this year's event
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You can check out all of the artists works at the Craftsmen's Classic Friday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and NEXT Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. [TAKE WEBADDRESS FS -E522]
You can also find out more about the event by going to our website and clicking on websites in the news.
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U-V-A continues to win football games this season, but yesterday's win could prove costly -- as their leading tackler was helped off the field with an unknown injury. Travis Wells has more on that, as well as high school football action.

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We're not shrugging off the workout - we're actually getting trapped into better fitness
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[take sunday shapeup board fs] in today's Sunday Shapeup.
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